Canada Blooms, Canada’s largest flower and garden festival, is suspending its 2020 show on the recommendation of health officials. The 10-day show was to open Friday, March 13, in Toronto. It is the first time since its founding 24 years ago that Canada Blooms has had to suspend operations.
On the recommendation of Ontario Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Williams and Toronto Public Health and in cooperation with the Enercare Centre and BILD, owner of the Home Show, Canada Blooms organizers have decided to suspend the festival in interest of public health and safety.
At the time of the decision on March 12, Ontario had 59 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Health officials are discouraging large gatherings in the interest of contributing to Ontario’s effort to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Show guests who have pre-purchased tickets online, please visit https://torontohomeshows.com for more information.
Canada Blooms says it is committed to delivering an exceptional event for exhibitors and guests in 2021.